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Episode 9: Of Superheroes and Sex Robots
In the new episode, Ross and Kyle weigh Avengers: Infinity War against Black Panther, argue about the importance of that (spoiler alert!) ending and segue into an appreciation of a couple of streaming titles including one of Kyle's favorite movies of the century, Steven Spielberg's A.I., a trap cunningly designed to lure Ross into one of his patented rants about sex robots.
Episode 8: Let’s Get Away From It All
In the latest episode, Ross and Kyle weigh dystopia vs. escapism in Steven Spielberg's "Ready Player One," then ponder whether Wes Anderson movies such as his latest "Isle of Dogs" amount to more than exquisitely designed dioramas.
Episode Seven: Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind
Ross and Kyle mull over the Oscars' ratings death spiral, then segue into a discussion of the recent sci-fi movies Annihilation, A Wrinkle in Time, Arrival and Ex Machina before wondering whether 2001: A Space Odyssey really deserves its reputation as it hits its 50th anniversary.
6. The Shape of Things Past
Ross and Kyle explain how a social-justice monster-erotica movie called "The Shape of Water" came to be this year's Oscar frontrunner, then dial back the clock to consider what movies should have won the Oscar back in 2007, 1997 and 1987.
5. The Best Movies of the Year
On Episode 5, Ross and Kyle weigh their picks for the best movies of the year against the Oscar nominees, then talk about that time Paul Newman made a movie about fake news called 'Absence of Malice' because he was angry with the New York Post for reporting he was only 5' 8".
4. The Golden Globes
Ross and Kyle argue about the winners at the Golden Globes, the strange vibe of the ceremony, and the meaning of that spectacular Oprah speech, then measure the real Winston Churchill against Gary Oldman's portrayal in "Darkest Hour."
3. The Last Jedi
In episode 3, Ross and Kyle dissect "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" in obsessive detail, Ross reveals that he once read 10 or 12 "Star Wars" extended universe novels and the guys discuss Christmas movies to watch on TV.
2. Lady Bird
In episode two, Ross and Kyle discuss the award-winning coming-of-age comedy about a Catholic high school student Lady Bird, the dark revenge comedy 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and why it's impossible to turn away from The Godfather when you're flipping through the channels.
1. Justice League
On the debut episode, Ross and Kyle hash out where Justice League went wrong, discuss how to think about talented filmmakers who do horrible things in their personal lives and recommend a terrific new animated movie and a riveting TV miniseries.